College Toolkit

A comprehensive resource for entering the collegiate arena..

BACKGROUND
College Toolkit offers an array of services, including college search, college admission procedures, SAT/ACT statistics and popular majors at over 4000 colleges. In addition, it has a poling service that is accessible from the home page, blog articles that cover every topic imaginable, and a forum for interacting with other students regarding the college experience. Articles abound on the site and, prior to searching for colleges, you are provided with information that will help you decide the criteria to utilize.

There is a business school section, a sweepstakes for a $10,000 scholarship, career choice information and financial aid calculators. 

The site asks you to become a member to join in some arenas, but registration is free.

PRO
- Lots of information from one source
- Actual students to speak with to share experiences and answer questions
- On-site forum administrator who can address your questions if you get no response from users
- Articles that are written by students about their college experience

CON
- You must register to use many features

EXPENSE
There is no cost associated with using this College Toolkit.

DEGREE PROGRAMS
All degree programs are available, including associates, bachelors and masters. Also, College Toolkit allows you to search for online degrees.

SCHOOLS
Schools are sorted by the following criteria:
- Admissions
- Size
- Geography
- Affiliation/Control
- Academics
- Business Schools

STUDENT LIFE
Student life is given far more prominence on College Toolkit than on some. With the presence of blogs, forums and student-written articles, it is possible to gain a much clearer perspective of the college experience.

CONCLUSION
College Toolkit is a comprehensive site with a lot of interactive features. Student writers/contributors have great skill and offer a personal perspective to the site. Other articles are thorough as to their content, answering many questions that will arise during the process of querying colleges and worrying about acceptance.

COMMON MISSPELLINGS
College Tool Kit, Collage Toolkit, College Tookit

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Selenda

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The ability to talk to other students from other colleges gave me the chance to learn about college life before experiencing it. It also helped me make my decision about were to go. College Toolkit is a good website to use. posted Jul 14th, 2008 12:51 pm



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